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China Landslide

South China Landslide Death Toll Rises to 6

Authorities in south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region have confirmed that the landslide in Fude village Monday morning has killed a total of six persons.

China Insurance Market

China's Insurance Market Now World's 3rd Biggest, Continues Growing

The China Insurance Regulatory Commission (CIRC), the country's top insurance regulator, has announced that China became the world's third largest insurance market last year, from sixth five years ago.

China Landslide

South China Landslide Kills At least 2

At least two people have been confirmed dead while four others were missing in a landslide that occurred Monday dawn in south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, authorities said.

2015 Yangtze River Accident

Boat With 6 Chinese Tourists Capsizes in Cambodia

What was supposed to be a fun and exciting Chinese New Year trip turned traumatic for six Chinese tourists after the boat they boarded capsized off a coast in Cambodia.

China Online Terrorists

China Dangles Reward for Tips on Online Terrorist Activities

The Chinese government's intensified campaign against recruitment and brainwashing by terror groups is going online, with the pledge of a reward for any online terrorist tipoff.

China Stock Market

At Least 747 Chinese Firms Seek IPO Launch This Year

Despite the recent stock market rout in China and the continuous volatility in the Chinese markets, more Chinese companies are hoping to raise funds by launching initial public offerings (IPOs) this year, according to data tracker ChinaVenture.

Anti-Counterfeit Bills

China Busts US$8 Billion Online Investment Scam

Chinese authorities have arrested 21 people who were allegedly involved in one of the biggest online investment scams in the country, which has duped nearly a million investors.

Chinese Stock Market Investors

China Now Has More than 100 Million Stock Market Investors

Despite the volatility in the Chinese markets, the number of stock market investors in China has soared to 100.4 million in January, according to the China Securities Regulatory Commission.

Airline Passengers

China to Blacklist Misbehaving Airline Passengers

With the rising number of reports involving rowdy Chinese tourists and airline passengers, the Chinese government announced that it will blacklist misbehaving airline passengers.

Turtle Smuggling

Shanghai Authorities Uncover Largest Turtle Smuggling Attempt

Authorities in Shanghai have seized more than 2,000 endangered turtles last November, in what can be considered as the largest turtle smuggling attempt in the city, the official Xinhua news agency has reported.

Shenzhen Landslide

Police Warns Protectors of Shenzhen Landslide Suspects

The Shenzhen Public Security Bureau has warned those who are shielding the two remaining suspects in the deadly Shenzhen landslide that they will be held legally liable for protecting the two.

China Joins EBRD

China Officially Becomes 67th Member of European Development Bank

Two days before launching the Asia Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB), China became an official member of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), one of the world's most important global financial institutions for development.

Chinese Guns

Police Busts Gun Ring, Arrests 9 Suspects in Nanning

Less than a month after busting a gun ring in Wuhan, Chinese authorities again scored big in the government's campaign against illegal manufacturing and selling of guns. On Sunday, police in Nanning, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, arrested nine people allegedly belonging to a illegal gun running syndicate and busted four underground gun factories.

China' Economic Growth

China's Economic Growth Hits Nearly 7% in 2015

Despite weaker domestic and global demand, China's economy managed to grow almost 7 percent in 2015, supported by employment and household income, according to Chinese Premier Li Keqiang.

China Bus Accident

3 Chinese Geologists, 2 Villagers Killed After Minibus Falls Into Reservoir in China

Five Chinese, including three geologists, were confirmed dead hours after they were reported missing when the minibus they boarded plunged into a reservoir in Zhejiang Province Wednesday morning, the official Xinhua news agency has reported.

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